Off-the-wall idea here:
It's a half mile from Lincoln to Parkside, and people wishing to get to the park from in between have to choose one or the other.
Chester Court is half way in between. It's a dead end street, ending in a brick wall and the Q train tracks.
On the other side is Ocean on the Park, the landmarked houses, as well as, just a few feet north, 185 Ocean Avenue, a condo building with a driveway and parking in the back.
So in theory, if money, building codes, the city, and zoning were no object, one could build a very short pedestrian/bike bridge over the Q tracks, from the end of Chester Court, to the parking lot and driveway of Ocean on the Park, and connect all of Lefferts Manor directly to the park.
Can you use eminent domain for this?